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Matte Postcards with Spot UV

4.49 169 reviews
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Matte Postcards with spot UV Printing NYC

Unleash the Power of Matte Postcards with Spot UV Printing: Elevate Your Message with a Touch of Brilliance!

Experience the elegance of our Matte Postcards with Spot UV, a standout product from Printing Brooklyn. Crafted meticulously on either 14pt or 16pt card stock, these postcards exude sophistication and durability. The dull aqueous coating lends them a refined matte finish that’s not just pleasing to the eye but also to the touch.

But what truly sets our Matte Postcards apart is the Spot UV feature. This unique element allows you to highlight specific areas on your postcard, making them pop with an attractive glossy finish against the matte background. It’s an innovative way to draw attention to key details or messages.

Our Matte Postcards with Spot UV are versatile and can be used in various scenarios – be it for personal greetings, promotional materials for your business, or even as event invitations. The quality of our paper stocks ensures that every message you send out leaves a lasting impression.

At Printing Brooklyn, we believe in delivering products that combine aesthetics with functionality. Our Matte Postcards with Spot UV are no exception – they’re designed not just to look good but also serve their purpose effectively and efficiently.

So why wait? Elevate your communication game today with our Matte Postcards featuring Spot UV!

We print a wide range of products from our Brooklyn, NY facility, including our popular SD Retractable Banner, Epoxy Metal Cards, Epoxy Metallic Foil Cards, Metallic Foil Cards, CBD Pouches, Painted Edge Business Cards, Wheat Paste Poster, Greeting Cards, Step & Repeat Backdrop, Retractable Banners. If you’re looking for something different, get in touch with one of our sales team today for a custom quote.

Custom Printed in Brooklyn, NYC

Our Matte Postcards with Spot UV come in a variety of sizes, including 4″ x 6″, 4.25″ x 6″, 4″ x 9″, 5″ x 7″, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 6″ x 8″, and 6″ x 9″. You can choose from different quantities ranging from as low as 25 to as high as 50,000, depending on your needs. We offer various options for the finish, such as Gloss Both Sides, Matte Both Sides, High Gloss UV Front, Gloss Back, and High Gloss UV Both Sides. Our postcards are made from high-quality materials like the durable and sturdy10 pt Cardstock, the elegant and sophisticated14 pt Cardstock Uncoated, the versatile14 pt Cardstock Uncoated Back, the premium quality14 pt Cardstock, the thick and luxurious16 pt Cardstock, and the refined17 pt Cardstock Uncoated. With our Matte Postcards with Spot UV printing options available in different sizes, quantities, finishes, and materials to choose from; you can create stunning postcards that leave a lasting impression on your recipients.

Product Information

Sizes 4″ x 6″, 4.25″ x 6″, 4″ x 9″, 5″ x 7″, 5.5″ x 8.5″, 6″ x 8″, 6″ x 9″
Quantities 25, 50, 100, 200, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, 10000, 30000, 50000
Options Gloss Both Sides, Matte Both Sides, High Gloss UV Front, Gloss Back, High Gloss UV Both Sides
Material 10 pt Cardstock, 14 pt Cardstock Uncoated, 14 pt Cardstock Uncoated Back, 14 pt Cardstock, 16 pt Cardstock, 17 pt Cardstock Uncoated

Review Highlights - Matte Postcards with Spot UV

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4.49 / 5
169 Total reviews
91% Would order again
  1. Queensland
    05-17-24
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    Printing Brooklyn did an excellent job with my postcards. The card is really beautiful.

  2. Frankie L
    12-19-23
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    If yyou have a question these guys are really here to help! I appreciate the time they spent working with me on getting my project right. Finished product was fantastic.

  3. Helena
    02-28-23
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    I recommend these guys i’ve used them plenty of times. postcards always come out great and on time.

  4. Joanna
    10-30-22
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    Couldn’t be more happy with the results!

  5. John O’Brien
    04-18-24
    United States
    Verified Buyer

    I’m pleased with my choice of these matte uv cards. The finished result is really special and they have a unique look. Would definitely recommend this product for something a bit different.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between glossy vs matte vs uncoated business cards?

Glossy business cards have a shiny finish that enhances colors and provides a polished look, while matte business cards have a non-reflective surface that exudes sophistication, and uncoated business cards offer a natural, textured feel.

What is Matt vs gloss postcard?

Matt vs gloss postcard refers to the choice between a non-reflective, smooth finish (matt) or a shiny, reflective finish (gloss) for the surface of a postcard.

Does matte finish wear off?

Matte finish does not wear off easily, making it a durable choice for various printed materials.

What is the difference between matte and ultra flat finish?

Matte finish has a slight sheen and minimal reflection, while ultra flat finish has no shine or reflection at all.

What is the difference between matte and UV matte?

Matte finish has a smooth, non-reflective surface, while UV matte finish has an added layer of ultraviolet coating for enhanced durability and protection.

What is matte finish with spot UV?

Matte finish with spot UV is a printing technique that combines a smooth, non-glossy surface with selective glossy accents to create a visually striking and tactile effect.

Does matte finish scratch?

Matte finishes are more prone to scratching compared to glossy finishes due to their textured surface.

Does matte paint fade in the sun?

Matte paint is more prone to fading in the sun compared to glossy or satin finishes due to its lack of reflective properties.

Is anti reflective coating the same as UV protection?

No, anti-reflective coating and UV protection are not the same as they serve different purposes in protecting and enhancing visual materials.

Is spot gloss the same as spot UV?

No, spot gloss and spot UV are not the same; while both techniques involve adding a glossy finish to specific areas of a printed material, spot gloss typically refers to using varnish or coating, whereas spot UV involves using ultraviolet light to cure a special type of ink.

What is the difference between polarized and UV coating?

Polarized coating reduces glare and enhances clarity, while UV coating protects against harmful ultraviolet rays.

What is spot UV finish on business cards?

Spot UV finish on business cards is a glossy, raised coating applied to specific areas of the card to enhance visual appeal and create a tactile experience.

What does spot UV look like?

Spot UV is a glossy, raised coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, creating a visually striking contrast between the matte and shiny surfaces.

What is the difference between spot UV and spot varnish?

Spot UV is a glossy, raised coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, while spot varnish is a clear, flat coating used to enhance and protect certain parts of the design.

What is the difference between spot UV and raised ink?

Spot UV is a glossy, transparent coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, while raised ink creates a tactile effect by using thick ink that is raised above the surface of the paper.

Is spot UV environmentally friendly?

Spot UV is not considered environmentally friendly due to the use of chemicals and energy-intensive processes involved in its application.

What are the benefits of spot UV printing?

Spot UV printing offers several benefits, including enhanced visual appeal, increased durability, and the ability to create unique and eye-catching designs.

What is the difference between spot UV and blind spot UV?

Spot UV refers to a glossy coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, while blind spot UV is a raised glossy coating applied to specific areas without any corresponding design elements.

Which coating is best for matte finish?

The best coating for a matte finish is a non-glossy, satin or matte varnish that provides a smooth and velvety texture to printed materials.

What finish is better for business cards?

The best finish for business cards depends on the desired aesthetic and functionality, with options including matte, gloss, satin, and spot UV.

What finish is best for business cards?

The best finish for business cards is a high-quality, glossy coating that adds a professional and polished look to the design.

What is the best finish for postcards?

The best finish for postcards is a high-gloss UV coating, as it enhances the colors and provides a durable and professional look.

What paper is best for spot UV?

The best paper for spot UV printing is typically a coated stock with a smooth surface, such as gloss or satin finish.

What is the difference between matte finish and matt finish?

The difference between matte finish and matt finish lies in the spelling, with "matte" being the correct term for a non-glossy surface.

What is the spot UV effect?

The spot UV effect is a glossy, raised coating applied to specific areas of a printed material, creating a visually striking contrast between the matte and shiny surfaces.

How do you protect paper from UV light?

To protect paper from UV light, it is essential to use UV-resistant coatings or laminates that act as a barrier against harmful rays.

Does UV coating wear off?

UV coating is a durable protective layer that can wear off over time due to factors such as handling, exposure to sunlight, and friction.

What does UV coating look like?

UV coating is a glossy, transparent finish that adds a protective layer and enhances the visual appeal of printed materials.

Is UV coating better?

UV coating is a superior choice for enhancing the durability and visual appeal of printed materials.

Is UV coating safe?

UV coating is safe when used properly and in accordance with industry standards.

What is UV coating on cardstock?

UV coating on cardstock is a glossy finish applied to the surface using ultraviolet light, enhancing durability and visual appeal.

What is the UV coating on postcards?

UV coating on postcards is a glossy, protective layer applied to the surface using ultraviolet light, enhancing their durability and visual appeal.

What is the difference between UV ink and UV coating?

UV ink is a type of ink that is cured using ultraviolet light, while UV coating is a clear liquid applied to printed materials and then cured with ultraviolet light to provide a glossy or matte finish.

Does UV printing rub off?

UV printing does not rub off as it utilizes a curing process that ensures the ink adheres firmly to the surface, resulting in durable and long-lasting prints.

What is the difference between UV and raised spot UV?

UV printing involves applying a high-gloss coating to the entire printed surface, while raised spot UV adds a raised texture to specific areas of the design for enhanced visual and tactile effects.

What is the difference between UV and spot UV?

UV printing is a technique that applies a glossy or matte coating to the entire printed surface, while spot UV selectively adds a high-gloss finish to specific areas, creating contrast and visual interest.

How durable is UV printing?

UV printing is highly durable, as it utilizes ultraviolet light to cure the ink instantly, resulting in a strong and long-lasting print.

Does UV printing scratch?

UV printing is highly resistant to scratching due to the curing process that creates a durable and protective layer on the printed surface.

Is UV protective coating worth it?

UV protective coating is definitely worth it as it helps to preserve the quality and longevity of printed materials by preventing fading and damage caused by UV rays.

Should I get frosted or UV coated?

When deciding between frosted or UV coated finishes, consider the desired level of opacity and durability for your visual materials.

Is glossy or matte better for business cards?

When it comes to business cards, the choice between glossy or matte finishes depends on the desired aesthetic and the overall branding strategy of the company.

Is matte finish better than flat?

While both matte and flat finishes have their own unique qualities, the choice ultimately depends on the desired aesthetic and functionality for the specific project.

Is matte finish the same as no shine?

While matte finish and no shine may appear similar, they are not exactly the same as matte finish has a subtle sheen, whereas no shine refers to a completely flat and non-reflective surface.

Is matte finish good for business cards?

Yes, a matte finish on business cards can provide a sophisticated and elegant look that is well-suited for professional branding.

Does spot UV work with white?

Yes, spot UV can be applied on white areas to create a glossy and raised effect.

Can you UV coat uncoated paper?

Yes, uncoated paper can be UV coated to enhance its durability and provide a glossy finish.

Can UV light go through paper?

Yes, UV light can penetrate paper to some extent, depending on the thickness and quality of the paper.